Following the information about Ghost of Tsushima going gold, the ESRB has printed an in depth description for the sport’s “M for Mature” score.
Ghost of Tsushima is being given the Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, and Partial Nudity descriptors.
The sport’s content material is described as follows, together with mentions of weapons, decapitations, and… buttocks.
“That is an motion sport wherein gamers assume the position of a samurai (Jin Sakai) on a quest for vengeance in opposition to Mongol invaders in 13th century Japan. Gamers traverse open-world environments, work together with characters, full quests (e.g., assassination), and infiltrate enemy strongholds. Gamers use samurai swords, poisoned darts, and bows to battle enemies in melee-style fight.
Some assaults end in dismemberment and/or decapitation of enemy troopers, typically accompanied by massive blood-splatter results. Gamers also can carry out assassination kills (e.g., neck stabbing, sword impalement) to dispatch enemies quietly.
Cutscenes depict extra acts of intense violence: a soldier lit on hearth and beheaded; sure civilians lit on hearth and burned on the stake; a decapitated man’s head held up in the direction of the display screen. The sport additionally depicts a person’s uncovered buttocks as he bathes in a sizzling spring.”
Ghost of Tsushima is developed by Sucker Punch Productions, which is principally identified for the inFAMOUS sequence. It has lately been barely rescheduled to launch on July 17, 2020, solely for PS4.
The sport was initially introduced in 2017 at Paris Video games Week and if you wish to see extra, you’ll be able to get pleasure from an intensive gameplay reveal, the earlier trailer, one other current Japanese trailer, and an earlier video.